Law in Policing: Legal Regulation and Police Practices

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Aboriginal people 111, 201, 207, 215-16, 225, 264, 315
ACPO 235
Alladice33, 40, 174, 198, 228, 246, 261
American Bar Foundation3, 77, 93, 300
American social science 43
Anderson, T.seeHilton bombing; see alsomiscarriages of justice
Arnold, Sir John129
arrest:
in Australia59, 60, 61, 62-3, 181-3
charge, relationship to 127, 130, 131, 133, 144-5, 185
controlling discretion in 303
delayed 212
in England and Wales55, 57-8, 138, 148-9
mandatory 86-7, 306
retrospective legalization 272
suspicion required 127-8, 182, 188, 202, 212, 217
uses of 77, 314, 316
see alsoPACE; police powers
Ashworth, A.47, 72, 261-2, 283, 284-5
Attorney-General v. Dean210-11
Australia17, 50
changes in policing 17-18
codification 72, 90, 178-9, 189
Commonwealth law 38, 72, 112, 178, 189, 279
criminal law 178
criminology ix, 294
cultural ambivalence 227, 294, 315
detention for questioning 25, 178-227
evidence law 72, 119, 189, 192, 259
law and order politics x, 17, 38, 125, 222, 226-7, 284, 294, 295, 315
political environment 23, 222
public law and criminal justice 300, 301
resistance to reform by Australian police 222
rule of law in penal colony 291
verballing, debate about 179-81
see alsoindividual states
Australian Law Reform Commission 105, 109-10, 118, 179, 220
Avery, J.214-15
Badham109
bail 128, 130, 185, 243, 246, 248, 270
Baldwin, J.266
Baldwin, R.24-5, 34-6, 119, 169-70, 312
see also Kinsey and Baldwin
Banton, M.9, 11, 16, 22-3
Bittner, E.10, 11, 13, 15, 47-8, 278
Blackburn, H.211, 216-17, 218
Blom-Cooper, L. & Drewry, G.145
Boston Police Department 4
Bradley, D., Walker, N. and Wilkie, R. 5
Braithwaite, J.48, 284, 308-11, 316
and Makkai 310
and Pettit 289
Brampton, Lord 131, 132, 137, 140
Brighton155
Brixton riots 79
Brogden, M.17, 22, 26, 53
Brown, D.87-8
Brown, D.B.97, 168
see also Zdendowski and Brown
Brown, M.K.23, 306
Bunning v. Cross191, 192, 202-3
Burns185-6, 210-11, 213
Bushranging Act 1834, 73
Canada:
Charter of Rights 37
courts 68, 70, 71
police powers 69, 71
see also Ericson
Canale171-2
Cape, E.243
Caplan, G.M.279-80
Cardiff Three 172, 242, 244, 287
see also miscarriages of justice
case theories 187, 216, 251
Cassell, P.G.306
cautions 131-3, 144, 228, 262, 270
Challenor, H.135

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